Gåva ([gaw-vah] n gift)
The art of Scandi gifting
Thoughtful gifts that show you care
A Gåva ([gaw-vah] n gift) can be valuable without being expensive - as long as it’s chosen with care and beautifully presented.
Trust the Scandis to take everything back to design, hey? But it works. Even the simplest homemade treat feels like a luxury gift when it’s wrapped up beautifully. And that’s where the first product in the Gåva range comes in…
Easter Äggs by Gåva are the reusable Easter eggs you fill with what you like.
What is a Swedish Easter Ägg?
Just like Christmas stockings, elaborately painted Easter Äggs are brought out and refilled year after year.
In a typical Swedish household, every family member (including the dog!) has their own Ägg, in addition to communal Äggs dotted strategically around the house, close to comfortable chairs where someone might want to sit down and tuck into something sweet.
But Easter Äggs, unlike their British counterparts, aren’t all about chocolate. They’re designed to hold all sorts of surprises, from jewellery and makeup to baked treats and homemade chocolates - even holidays (if you’ve got a voucher).
Mix & Match
When lagom is not your cup of tea
We are now at Selfridges
Our reusable Äggs are now available for the first time in Selfridges nationwide. Design-led Leo and Fläckig will be gracing the shelves in-store so pop by and say Hej to them. But you better hurry up since they might dash to be adorned and gifted away.
Revealing Gåva's Stockholm Collection
Gåva Stockholm Collection is all about giving eggs a bit more Gåva-va-voom with our first original collection, a chance to stir in some fun, fashion and a cheeky streak of animal print.
Who would love an Easter Ägg this year?
Perhaps it’s a friend who needs a bit of TLC? Your brilliant team at work, who have carried each other through the uncertainty of the last couple of years? Or your partner, just to say Happy Easter?
The new tradition your kids will love
As kids, our Påskäggs would usually be stuffed with our favorite rainbow pick ‘n’ mix or chocolate treats, but Swedish parents are getting more and more inventive with their Easter gifting.